Advertisements

Posts Tagged ‘ Projects ’

‘Creative Sweatshop’ And Body Casting.


0f7e3dab90f62dd7248941b722730005 c1f54a90027c377006f287a51769a201 cb1dab3fc732ad05567dfe270952e1c0 762c83afcbf840edaf8c52192b9216bb b6266b4193837651d43ed6f726e0a1a9 2852c09862874b28de556adf9b2b807f

Le Creative Sweatshop is committed to originality and quality, hand-crafted work constitutes the identity of Le Creative Sweatshop.  Most pieces are handmade which gives them a humble, precious and fragile stature.  Dynamic, supple and reactive agency, Le Creative Sweatshop enjoys interacting with its network of partners.  Le Creative Sweatshop is responsible for all the body-casting projects in the post.  Super dope.

20ad93b56ae7a0602c225cf258d42f4f cbcb6e57abb9e86120ec2c2364d7014f e3b2d71c6792feda4c87ddaaa68fc7bf 1dab7303f35894cca97d5c606e9acf45 bd17bde31e5f1e27d5cc141e0851cefd ec41c7239167f98e296bb8c24a6b6407

Advertisements

100 Colors Exhibition – Japan


Picture 9

With our fascination with both minimalism and color, we’ve kept an eye on Emmanuelle Moureaux, the French-born and Tokyo-based architect famous for her use of candy-hued colors in many of her projects. For many years, Moreaux has explored the use of color and the use of the traditional Japanese paper screens as dividers. Many of her projects in retail, hospitality and public spaces express some combination of the two, using colorful screens as dividers and using color as a space maker.

Picture 10 Picture 11 Picture 12 Picture 13 Picture 16

The Fantastical Worlds of Tim Burton at the LA County Museum of Art


timburton13 timburton14 timburton02 timburton15 timburton16

The Nightmare Before Christmas has arrived in Los Angeles’ County Museum of Art…well not exactly, but the museum did a retrospective of the career and works of the film director Tim Burton. The exhibition features over 700 pieces of art associate with Burton’s movies including puppets, storyboards, costumes, photographs, and more from both popular and little known projects from the director.

timburton17 timburton19 timburton20 timburton21 timburton22 timburton23 timburton24 timburton25 timburton27 timburton28

RISD at the ICFF.


Students at the Rhode Island School of Design will show off their work at this year’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York, which convenes this Friday and runs through Tuesday. The exhibition, titled Immaterialize, stemmed from a a semester-long course in 2008, which tasked students to create furniture from non-traditional materials. Here’s a peek at the nine projects.

Advertisements
Advertisements